Vans has been trademarked as “Vans” on multiple occasions, including in the United States, and in Germany, France, and Belgium.
Now, a brand that started as a denim company and went on to become a clothing brand has a trademark in the US.
The brand is currently owned by a Chinese company, and the company’s logo is the same as Vans’ original logo.
It’s not clear if the trademark has any relevance to the Vans brand or the apparel company, but we’ll keep an eye out for any developments.
The trademark is currently available on the Vases website.
If you’re curious, here’s the company in its entirety: www.vans.com The trademark application for the logo was filed on March 4, 2018.
The Vans company was founded in the 1950s, but the company is best known for its jeans, with brands like Levi’s, H&M, and Adidas among its major brands.
The company was bought by American clothing brand Vans in 2011, but it hasn’t made any significant changes to the design of its logo since then.
Vans is now owned by China’s Zhejiang Baoan Group.
It has no plans to use the trademark in a bid to take over the Vaves brand.